Scenes From Friday At The Hampton Classic

Sep 1, 2017 - 12:32 PM

Bridgehampton, N.Y.—Sept. 1

Ah, the Hampton Classicof all the horse shows the Chronicle covers, this one might be the most over-the-top picturesque. Between the fabulous horses and ponies, the luxury shopping, the incredible landscaping and the lobster stands, this place takes glamorous to a whole new level. Check out some pictures we got from around the horse show Friday morning.

Well if this isn’t just the sweetest senior pony citizen you ever saw. Coco Puffs and Aaliya Khanna were looking cute as buttons in the pony division. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Security is quite intense at the Hampton Classic. Photo by Ann Glavan.
They should really call it the Hampton Classic and Botanical Garden for how many awesome plants and flowers you can find around the show grounds. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Kicking off the day sounding the call in the grand prix ring. Photo by Ann Glavan.
What a beaut—Autumn Rhythm and Nilani Trent showed in the first class of the amateur-owner hunter, 36 and over division. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Quinaro was jumping superbly for Cynthia McGrath in the junior/amateur-owner jumpers. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Boriena H was soaking up some sun and catching air with Caitlin Creel in the junior/amateur-owner jumpers. Photo by Ann Glavan.
#HamptonClassicPrizeSwag. Photo by Ann Glavan.
River Roc rocked around the junior/amateur-owner jumper course with Jamie Walker. Photo by Ann Glavan.
A cute and whimsical table setting in the VIP tent. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Jadalco reaches across the open water obstacle with Francesca Bolfo in the junior/amateur-owner jumper class. Photo by Ann Glavan.
William Hill won an amateur-owner hunter, 36 and over class Friday with Becky Gochman in the irons. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Hard to imagine a more beautiful warm-up arena! Photo by Ann Glavan.
Cuba jumped to a class win in the amateur-owner hunter, 36 and over division with John Ingram in the irons. Photo by Ann Glavan.
John Ingram gave Cuba a pat on the way out of the ring in the amateur-owner, 36 and over division. Photo by Ann Glavan.
If (when) you get tired of watching the horses, you can always take a shopping break in the Boutique Garden! Photo by Ann Glavan.
The Hampton Classic makes use of a lot of beautiful natural barriers, like these shrubs that divide a show ring from a warm-up. Photo by Ann Glavan.
A natural up bank added a little excitement to the junior/amateur-owner jumper class. Photo by Ann Glavan.
If the Hampton Classic is anything, its picturesque! Photo by Ann Glavan.
What do you think—hack winners? Conformation llamas? Photo by Ann Glavan.
In the market for a Jaguar? Or perhaps a Range Rover? Hampton Classic has got you covered! Photo by Ann Glavan.
Don’t forget to buy a boat on your way out. Photo by Ann Glavan.
We were loving this Alice In Wonderland themed food truck! Photo by Ann Glavan.
Strut your stuff! Cosa Notra was looking like a million bucks with amateur rider Jennifer Wright. Photo by Ann Glavan.
What if your horse is a people too? Photo by Ann Glavan.
We’d be grinning too if we were aboard this fine jumping horse! Jean Sheptoff was all smiles with Heartcore in the amateur-owner hunter, 36 and over classes. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Still smiling, still jumping adorably. Jean Sheptoff and Heartcore. Photo by Ann Glavan.
This Koala isn’t a bear or a marsupial—he’s a handsome horse! Koala and John Ingram showed in the amateur-owner hunters, 36 and over. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Bailey VI flew across the field with Lucy Matz in the junior/amateur-owner jumpers. Photo by Ann Glavan.
If you thought this pony and his pilot were cute, wait till you hear his name—Pet Rock! Shown here by Georgia Jacob. Photo by Ann Glavan.
Quite Close and Claudia Villamil captured the win in the junior/amateur-owner jumper class Friday morning. Photo by Ann Glavan.

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